Sanctum International Serviced Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... like a trip back in the past, but inside the breakfast room, felt modern and
cosy. With a range of breakfast food available such as, cereals, juices,
fruits, tea/coffee, croissants and ham and cheese. There was 3 other
couples that were just as enthusiastic as I was.
The hotel was in the heart of London ...
... a place where you will surely like to come again and surely you will recommend the place to others you know.
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... I prefer to use the latest wiz bang thing – but in the end we both arrive at the same answer. We headed of to the train station with our maps – amazingly we both agreed on the same route and arrived at the station without a hitch. Getting to the museum was straightforward and only about five minutes walk from Holborn station. Approaching the museum is magnificent. The interior is massive, so even ...
We collected our prepaid London Eye tickets and popped in to see the 5 min Birds Eye View 4D Experience movie, which was quite spectacular with those seagulls virtually jumping out of the screen towards you. You felt as if you could reach out and pluck them out of the sky as they darted here and there and in and out of the London Eye and Big Ben. Short but very enjoyable.
The cocoons in the London Eye were equally spectacular and spacious and ...
... an elephant but is made so it can be opened by one person.
We wandered down the Nave (main aisle) towards the alter. As we listened to our guide, a priest approached the microphone and announced it was time for prayer. We respectfully sat down for his brief words which ended with The Lords Prayer. ...